Turntable station - a custom designed turntable and storage solution designed by SITU Studio and Turntable Lab began its kickstarter campaign and has already exceeded its fundraising goal. The furniture system holds up to 100 records while taking up little floor space - a precious commodity in New York City. Custom features include repositionable shelf spacing, record stops and hooks for headphones and accessories.
Kim Gittleson of BBC Business sheds light on the shift from large-scale urban factories to small-scale manufacturing revitalizing areas of Brooklyn including the Brooklyn Navy Yard and Industy City. The article highlights SITU's shop at Building 132 and an interview with SITU Partner Brad Samuels.
The borough’s historic Navy Yard is bringing industrial jobs back to the city.
by Kay Hymowitz, the William E. Simon Fellow at the Manhattan Institute and the author of Marriage and Caste in America: Separate and Unequal Families in a Post-Marital Age
Last night the regal Beaux-Arts Brooklyn Museum hosted its fifth annual Brooklyn Artists Ball in celebration of the borough's creative community. Honorees included Arnold Lehman, who is set to retire as the museum's director this summer, and artists Kiki Smith, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Takashi Murakami.read article
Architect's Newspaper asked some of their favorite architects from across the US to to answer eleven questions about the state of the practice today.
SITU's Brad Samuels is among the respondents offering their honest and candid take.read article
Print coverage featuring exhibition spreads for Uneven Growth: Tactical Urbanisms for Expanding Megacities, Museum of Modern Art.read article
By David Sokolread article
By Sukjong Hongread article
SITU Studio work for Uneven Growth highlighted in article by Sarah Wesseler at Arup Connect.read article